Whilst caressing my cheek and speaking in a sweet voice, my daughter said, “Mommy, I really don’t like you. I like daddy.”
And someone else sent me this nugget:
I said to my son, “Put your shorts on.”
He said, “Why?”
“Because you’re not really dressed if you run around in your undies.”
He countered with, “But what if I walk around in my undies?”
Hard to argue with that way of thinking.
In other news, I was taking a trip through Amazon.com the other day, so I thought I might as well pop over to see what’s new with 101 Tips for a Happier Marriage only to discover that it has 15 reviews and ALL of them are a full five stars! How many books boast a full five-star rating?
The most recent review says: “These need to be handed out like candy. Excellent book. Must read for everyone.”
Wholeheartedly agree. Christmas is coming, and they do fit nicely into stockings.
Here’s a snippet of a review by someone many of you know, Carrie Rubin, the queen of the blog world:
“A quick, easy read of great tips to help navigate marriage regardless of one’s religious orientation. It’s the kind of book worth revisiting from time to time since it’s easy for couples to revert back to their previous ways. The focus is on what a person can actively do to improve his/her marriage rather than expecting it to happen passively. For those marriages that are already strong, the words can help maintain that bond.”
So check it out for the sake of your relationship and those of the people you care about the most! 🙂
And while you’re there, snag a copy of Carrie Rubin’s brand spanking new thriller, Eating Bull!